Homework: Ch08: Exercise routines 2, 4, & 5
> 2. The IFAC Code of Ethics prohibits expert
> partaking in promoting and advertising pro- motions that âconvey the
> disre- pute.â This prohibition encompasses âdisparaging
> . . to the work of others.â a. Do you think about that such
> should be part of an skilled code of conduct? b.
The AICPA Code of
> Conduct does not have a similar provision. Can you
> why such a provision is not going to be in affect inside the United
> 4. In a landmark U.S. Supreme Courtroom docket case, Value
Waterhouse, CPAs v.
> Hopkins, a senior accountant was denied a promotion to
companion at a
> predominant CPA company on account of, in keeping with one evaluation,
she needed to
> âstroll additional femininely, talk about additional femininely, robe additional
> placed on make-up, have her hair styled, and placed on jewelry.â
> expressed additional regular criticisms that she was rude,
> excessively demanding. When Ms. Hopkins sued beneath
Title VII of the
> Civil Rights Act of 1964, the CPA company defended its
> ing that Ms. Hopkinsâs overly aggressive character
> ample grounds for denying her a promo- tion. Did
the CPA company
> commit intercourse discrimination?
> 5.5. To attain a bonus over its rivals, Rushtalent,
Inc., a neighborhood
> firm, interviews candidates for its accounting
> early as potential inside the campus recruiting course of.
As quickly because it has
> identi- fied acceptable candidates, it makes them
generous job presents
> that expire two weeks after the date on which these
presents are made.
> The company is âinfamousâ on campus for on no account extending
> deadline on these presents. Due to this, school college students ought to
> ment selections with this agency sooner than they’ve had a
> interview with, and presumably acquire presents from, totally different
> The highest of Rushtal- ent, Inc.âs accounting division
> this job present protection, and he or she is a member of the
AICPA. Is she
> committing a discreditable act?